News Archive

  • LAS
    A Liberal Arts Seminar
    December 12, 2013

    Four professors explain the College’s Liberal Arts Seminar—an interdisciplinary dive into the period between the Renaissance and Enlightenment.

  • Artinian
    Navigating Two Cultures
    December 9, 2013

    After becoming the symbol of a contentious debate, Heather Artinian (C’15) discusses finding her place between the hearing and Deaf communities.

  • Eidolon
    Finding Film
    December 2, 2013

    Alumni Tessa Moran (C’06) and Ben Crosbie (C’06) find new careers as documentary filmmakers.

  • Living Text of the City
    The Living Text of the City
    November 25, 2013

    Critic-in-Residence Maureen Corrigan and her students explore New York as part of her course New York Stories.

  • IOM
    Violence Against LGBT Youth: A Public Health Problem
    November 21, 2013

    A university-wide team of students wins the DC Regional Public Health Case Challenge.

  • Powell
    Against All Odds
    November 18, 2013

    After years of striving to get an education, Josh Powell (C’14) lobbies for change in Virgina’s homeschooling laws.

  • Food
    Feeding the Soul: African American Food Culture
    November 14, 2013

    With Washington, DC, as a backdrop, students explore “the role of food in pivotal moments in 20th-century black history.”

  • Hacking
    Hacking for Social Good
    November 11, 2013

    Georgetown computer science students create winning app to help the city’s homeless population.

  • Korea
    Hoyas Head to South Korea
    November 7, 2013

    As the men’s basketball team heads to South Korea, Visiting Assistant Professor Min Koo Choi discusses the importance of a new minor in Korean.

  • Frenemies
    Psychology of Friends and Enemies
    November 4, 2013

    Georgetown researchers edit a two-volume book on the psychology of friendships and enmity in love, work, politics, and war.